The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – October 2020

Cheapest streets in the most expensive suburbs With property values continuing to increase, there are now 120 “million dollar” suburbs around the country. The majority of these are in Auckland, with 102 suburbs in the city having a median HomesEstimate

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – September 2020

Apartments or the family home – what is for sale in your area?  I’ve heard a few anecdotes recently about what types of properties are selling. Some are saying that properties priced for first home buyers are being snapped up,

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – August 2020

A real estate bounce back For now, at least, we’re seeing the property market pick up strongly since the COVID lockdown on homes.co.nz. Weekly listing volumes on homes.co.nz are approx 40% up on the same time last year. We note

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – July 2020

Opportunities for First Home Buyers?  When is the best time to get onto the property market? And where should First Home Buyers be looking? As a relatively new homeowner myself, I understand the challenges of getting into the property market. 

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – June 2020

Will DIY become easier?  The Government has announced that it will soon become easier to make property improvements by removing the need for consents for ‘low-risk’ building work. This includes single-story detached buildings up to 30 square metres, such as

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – May 2020

Is the impact of property prices falling less than you think?  With economists predicting a house price drop of 5-10%, the team at homes.co.nz looked at when house prices were last at these levels. Although a 10% decrease in property

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – April 2020

COVID-19: A fall in sales volumes, but will prices hold firm? The team at homes.co.nz recognises this is a very difficult time for all New Zealanders and the most important thing is everyone remains safe in the coming weeks and

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

Airbnb holiday hotspots

We’re proud to have partnered with Airbnb giving New Zealand homeowners a global first – an Airbnb Estimate for how much they could rent their entire house or a private room out for. With Easter and Anzac Day, weekends fasting

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – March 2020

What is your favourite era of home? Do you dream of a character villa, or are you more interested in a new build? This month, the team at homes.co.nz have looked at property prices within different housing eras. We categorise

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – February 2020

Where did property prices grow the most last decade? It’s now 2020 and we’ve looked back to where property prices were 10 years ago. The top-performing areas are dominated by new developing areas (such as Silverdale outside of Auckland) or

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

homes.co.nz Monthly Property Update – January 2020

Pay less than $400k in Auckland’s Double Grammar Zone? Christmas has been and gone, and now many parents around the country are looking forward to their kids heading off to school for another year. Although this ‘free’ childcare may be

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

Porirua City Capital Values 2019 Analysis

The new Capital Values have been released in Porirua City, with the median CV up 34.1% from September 2016. This increase is in line with homes.co.nz’s median HomesEstimate in Porirua which is up 8.4% in the last year to $597k.

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

Christchurch Capital Values 2019 Analysis

The latest Capital Values in Christchurch have been released and are up only 1.1% from August 2016. This is consistent with the flat property values seen in the last few years. The median HomesEstimate in Christchurch is now $445k. The

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

Central Otago Capital Values 2019 Analysis

The latest Capital Values in the Central Otago District have been released and are up 35% since September 2016. The median CV in the district is now $540k, up from $400k 3 years ago. The highest performing town was Roxburgh

The Data Team - homes.co.nz (Tom Lintern - Chief Data Scientist)

Opotiki Capital Values 2019 Analysis

The latest Capital Values in the Opotiki District have been released and are up 40.5% since September 2016. The median CV in the district is now $295k, with a Median HomesEstimate of $299k (up 4.7% from this time last year).

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